The Deputy of the National Assembly (AN), Rafael Ramírez, denounced this Thursday that the streets of Alto de Jalisco in the Coquivacoa Parish in Maracaibo, Zulia State, are flooded with sewage.
The parliamentarian rejected that the regime invests money in the electoral farce and sets aside the emergencies suffered by citizens.
They spend money on gunpowder, they spend money on the electoral farce, they spend money lighting squares but they are not able to solve a problem for the people.
Ramírez insisted that the problem in the Coquivacoa Parish is urgent, he described it as “a health problem.”
“How do you fight Covid with sewage running through all the streets of Maracaibo?” He ended.
In general, Zulia State is one of the most affected by the mismanagement of Nicolás Maduro’s regime. Food and water shortages and power failures are most severe in this region.
Las calles de Alto de Jalisco en la Pquia. Coquivacoa en Maracaibo están inundadas de aguas negras mientras a dos cuadras del sector gastaron millones de dólares en pólvora para iluminar otra plaza, no les importa la gente solo el show y su farsa electoral del #6D pic.twitter.com/VhU7BkD4Hf
— Rafael RamírezColina (@RafaelRamirezC) December 3, 2020